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... we have headed south through Lublin towards the Ukrainian border and should come into some mountains. Outside Warsaw we passed through a huge area of apple orchards where the crop is starting to be harvested, then as that gave out we had many plastic green houses mostly with truss tomatoes, now, south of Lubiin it seems to be wheat and barley and that has been harvested. The maize is drying off and anything else is suffering badly from the hot ...
Today was a day spent travelling again, this time beteeen Berlin, which during our time there I managed to fall slightly in love with and fely very proud to be able to practice my very limited German. We made it to the corrcet train station, and then I headed off with our ticket to check where we needed to be. Approaching the information desk, I cleared my throat and for the last time on the trip whacked out my now professional "enjaudiganz, sprekensi ...
... thumb. We did our dishes, grabbed our packs and we were on our way. The train leaving Prague leaves at 9:18. Everything was going great until our train from Czech to Katowice, Poland was 55min late. We stayed positive and took that time to have lunch. The train arrived and we were on our way. Upon entering Poland the train attendants check tickets. Apparently Eurail is not valid in Poland, even when it appears to be on ...
A day of shopping, buying 2 new suitcase (Tom's one broke) and having our last look around Prague. Tom's purchase was, shall we say, 'interesting'! While we were out shopping a thunderstorm came through and we heard the loudest thunderclap we've ever heard. It sounded like an explosion! Sights: a man walking his pet piglet, silver painted buskers, snake buskers, bubble blowers, ...
... theme, was the basis behind the somewhat lackluster but ironically memorable title. Having been so impressed with Anonymous Bar that we visited two out of our five nights in Prague, we all concluded that not only did it have the complete package but was one of our favorite such establishments that any of us had ever had the pleasure of "researching". Decades of existence under fascist and communist oppression at the respective hands of first the Germans and later the ...